Recent announcements about changes to the boards of directors of area organizations or involving local executives.

Richard A. Morrissey and

William J. Fahey

were named to the board of

Developmental Enterprises Corp.

, a Norristown nonprofit human-services organization. Morrissey is a former independent business consultant and was a senior vice president for human resources in the property and casualty division of Cigna Corp. Fahey is president of Print Shop & Copy Stop, Phoenixville.

Mary Pat Kessler

was elected to the board of the

YMCA of Philadelphia & Vicinity

, a nonprofit organization. She is director of new business development for Brown & Brown Consulting, Philadelphia.

The

International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy Inc.

, Rocky Hill, Conn., a forum of professional advisers, named

Heather Gee

to its board. She is vice president for development services at the Philadelphia Foundation.

The

Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

, a nonprofit organization, appointed

Matthew Cabrey

and

Ed Mahlman

to its board. Cabrey is senior manager of corporate communications at Shire Pharmaceuticals. Mahlman is chief marketing officer of Philadelphia Newspapers L.L.C., Philadelphia, publisher of The Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and philly.com.

Glenn B. Marshall was elected to the board of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh. He is president and chief executive officer of First Resource Bank, Exton.

Morton Saunders was elected chair of the Marjot Foundation, Falmouth, Mass., a nonprofit educational organization. He was president and owner of Dixon-Saunders Printing in Northeast Philadelphia.

Andrew M. Alloy was elected to the board of trustees of the

Philadelphia/Delaware Valley Chapter of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America

. He is a gastroenterologist and staff member of the Kennedy Health System and Virtua Health System.

The

Philadelphia Area Chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants

, a nonprofit professional association representing management consultants throughout the country, named the following to its board:

Fred Kaplan

, director of financial consulting with Relevante Inc., Horsham, is president.

Andy Hartnett

, president of Symmetry Consulting Inc., Downingtown, is professional development chair.

Mary Payne

, president of Payne & Associates, Wallingford, is vice president of membership.

Ruth Dubinsky

, president of Clarity Consulting, Ambler, is vice president, marketing.

Bill Angell

, principal consultant of W.M. Angell & Associates, Doylestown, is programs chair.

Ken Prager

, associate partner with IBM, Media, is certification chair.

George Millward

, president of Millward Consulting L.L.C., Mohnton, is treasurer.

Tom Casey

, president of Business Consulting Services, Swarthmore, is secretary.

Jon Oliver

, principal consultant of Jon Oliver & Associates, Lansdale, is member-at-large.

CeaseFire PA, Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing gun violence, announced the recent election of several new members to its board:

Robert Eddis

, a longtime police officer and former president and current chief of staff for Lodge 5 of the Fraternal Order of Police.

Warren Haggerty,

former mayor of Reading and current head of the Reading Downtown Improvement District Authority.

Dan Muroff,

a former legislative aide in Harrisburg who now has his own government-relations firm.

Alexander T. Riley,

a professor of sociology and anthropology at Bucknell University.

Delaware County Community College named

James P. Gaffney

chair. He is vice president of Goshen Mechanical Contractors Inc., Malvern.

Raymond G. Toto

was named vice chair. He is senior ventures manager for Sunoco Inc., Philadelphia.

Neilda El Mott

was named secretary. She is director of communities for the Care Network.

- Mike Zebe